Congratulations to Jillian Bourdon, English and Psychology Teacher, for being featured on the cover and in an article in San Diego Reader magazine!
In a Measurement Lab, 8th grade students learned how to use graduated cylinders and triple beam balances, as they explored the density, viscosity, solubility, and flammability of some common household substances.
7th Grade students were presented with slides from an imaginary accident scene, and their task was to determine if the slide contained an animal or plant cell, in order to solve the cell mystery.
The High School ASB hosted one of our most popular events of the year, our Back to School Water Balloon Bonanza. Grauer students and faculty were teamed by grade level to compete against other grade-level teams in 10-minute battles.
The World Religions class hosted a Buddhist priest for a discussion on the history of Buddhism and how its practices are meant to engage people in first finding greater peace in their daily lives before starting work on the outside world.
The 7th Grade Global Insights class and English class combined forces for a competitive and fun Geography game after learning about the physical and political geography of the world. The students lined up in 2 lines and took turns competing to name geographical locations on the globe.
Congratulations to Grauer Senior Jason W. '21 for playing the role of Macbeth in an outdoor live performance of Macbeth produced through the San Diego Jewish Community Center.
Grauer students and staff members have been participating in "Black Lives Matter" protests taking place in San Diego.
Several students on Grauer's Shockwave High School Robotics team have been using their 3-D printers to create PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) components for healthcare and emergency workers.
The Grauer School's 9th grade class was welcomed to high school in a Matriculation Ceremony this week. Dr. Grauer addressed the students at the start of their journey through high school and the rest of their life.